bio | website | geomblog.blogspot.com |
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location | Salt Lake City | |
age | 43 | |
visits | member for | 4 years, 11 months |
seen | 10 hours ago | |
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CS prof. Interested in algorithms and computational geometry. Also non-Euclidean geometry and spaces of distributions
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Apr 19 |
awarded | Enlightened |
Apr 19 |
awarded | Nice Answer |
Apr 8 |
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Euclidean embedding of a graph based on 1-ring neighborhood distances only
"If $l_{ij}$ were a complete matrix, multidimensional scaling would yield an embedding into $\mathbb{R}^3$, such that Euclidean distances correspond to $l_{ij}$.". I'm not sure why this is true. There are plenty of graphs that cannot be embedded (I assume you mean isometrically) into 3-space. |
Apr 3 |
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How to estimate the entropy of a distribution on a power set?
It's not relevant for computing the entropy that the power set structure is useful for applications. Since you haven't indicated that the power set structure has any constraints, then as @usul points out it's equivalent to having an arbitrary collection of integers in a larger set. |
Apr 3 |
answered | How to estimate the entropy of a distribution on a power set? |
Mar 19 |
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Does high min degree and high odd girth imply near bipartiteness?
I'm confused. How is a graph bipartite if it has any odd cycle ? |
Mar 6 |
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Integer point in a non-empty polytope
This problem is NP-complete, so you're unlikely to find a good algorithm without more info about how the polytope is constructed. |
Mar 1 |
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Distance measure for noisy $SE(3)$ transforms
Are you trying to define a new distance on the underlying space or a distance between a point and its distribution of transforms ? |
Feb 25 |
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Similarity of weighted graphs
Treating a weighted graph as a matrix has the problem that you lose permutation invariance (or that you have to explicitly encode permutation invariance into your distance function). |
Feb 24 |
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Is this function of a matrix convex?
But $A$ is not symmetric (the question requires symmetric matrices) |
Feb 19 |
answered | Finding minimal number of expressions (a minimum spanning tree-like problem) |
Feb 17 |
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Higher-order dimension in posets: a reference request
added formal definition. |
Feb 17 |
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Higher-order dimension in posets: a reference request
added clarification in response to comment from user46855 |
Feb 13 |
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What Turing-Complete models of computation carry a notion of time complexity that “agrees” with that of Turing Machines?
The problem is: I'm not sure what "fastest Turing machine to solve the problem means" for (say) an NP-hard problem. If I give you a machine that (among other things) can implement algorithms for NP-Complete problems in exponential time, does that satisfy your condition (yes, if say the SETH holds) or not ? |
Feb 12 |
answered | A combinatorial problem concerned with logic circuits |
Dec 26 |
awarded | Popular Question |
Dec 23 |
accepted | Analogy of Parseval identity for Legendre Transform ? |
Dec 23 |
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Analogy of Parseval identity for Legendre Transform ?
ah I think I get it. Between this and Denis Serre's answer, I think I'm finally seeing it :) |
Dec 23 |
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Analogy of Parseval identity for Legendre Transform ?
Interesting. But I'm not sure I see how this even resembles Parseval's ? |